Liverpool City Region’s covid rates are below the national average

The Covid rates in Liverpool, Wirral and the city region as a whole are all below the average for the whole of England.

According to the latest data from Public Health England , the overall rate per 100,000 people in England is 60 for the week ending March 6.

While in the Liverpool City Region (LCR), the rate is 56.7. In Liverpool it is 57, and in Wirral it is 50.

There have also been big weekly drops in the LCR, Liverpool and Wirral for the week ending March 6.

In the LCR, there were 966 cases in the last week, which is 653 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 40%.

In Liverpool, there were 284 cases in the last week, which is 268 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 49%.

In Wirral, there were 162 cases in the last week, which is 111 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 41%.

There have also been big weekly drops in Knowsley and St Helens.

The Knowsley infection rate per 100,000 people for the week ending March 6 is 61.6. There were 93 cases in Knowsley in the last week, which is 79 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 46%.

In St Helens, there is an infection rate of 83.1 for the week ending March 6. There were 150 cases in St Helens in the last week, which is 124 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 45%.

While in Halton, there is an infection rate of 64.1 for the week ending March 6. There were 83 cases in Halton in the last week, which is 26 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 24%.

The rates have also dropped week on week in areas close to the Mersey conurbation area.

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In Cheshire West and Chester, there is an infection rate of 61.8 for the week ending March 6. There were 212 cases in Cheshire West and Chester in the last week, which is 110 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 34%.

In Warrington, there is an infection rate of 82.8 for the week ending March 6. There were 174 cases in Warrington in the last week, which is 36 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 17%.

In West Lancashire, there is an infection rate of 90.9 for the week ending March 6. There were 104 cases in West Lancashire in the last week, which is 3 (three) fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 3%.

In England, there is an infection rate of 60 for the week ending March 6. There were 33,822 cases in England in the last week, which is 14,922 fewer cases than the previous week. This means the week on week change dropped by 31%.

Liverpool Echo – Liverpool News